Recently Moved Sicilia Pizza Sicilia Pizza has moved further west to their new digs at 35 West 300 South, serving authentic, handtossed pizza with a full bar upstairs. Open until 3 am to satisfy late night munchies. Phone 801-961-7077 and siciliapizza.net for a menu. Elizabeth’s Bakery Elizabeth’s Bakery has relocated from across the street from Trolley Square to Granato’s on 1391 South 300 West. […]
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While this photo might be appalling to city dwelling urbanites, this is the best method of land conservation available in the West. Hunters buy tags to kill animals which thins herds that would otherwise become over populated. Because tag fees ($1,000 for a bear) go into preserving large tracts of wilderness and protecting populations of […]
Brian Stuy, founder of Research-China.org, located in Lehi, Utah, has spent over a decade gathering information, statistics, and insight about how children are abandoned and found in China. He was featured in “Letters” in the New York Times commenting on the corrupt Chinese law and illegal adoption
Uinta brewing company has rebranded their beer labels and launched some tasty new beers. They had a fun party to this effect featuring all their new beers. Statement from Uinta’s press release: The new logo embodies the uniqueness of the company’s namesake, the Uinta Mountains. A compass is integrated into the logo with the needle […]
Meet a man who’s teaching kids, especially boys, that ballet can pay off.
Canning proves to be a competitive and delicious hobby for several locals.
Send your comments to Richard@UtahStories.com First off, I’d like to tell you how much I enjoy Utah Stories. Ever since I discovered it last fall, I look forward to the each month’s issue. I love how local and relevant the articles are. I just finished reading the latest issue (July 2011) and am sorry to say that I […]